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GUOED AT LA
Dr. T. A Slocum, the Great Chemist and
Specialist. Will Send Free, to tho Afflict
ed, Four Largo Samples ot his Newly
Discovered Remedies to Cure Con
sumption and all Throat, Chest
and Lung Troubles.
Nothing could ls fairer, more philanthropic or carry more Joy to the
nfillrted t hnn tills offer. Confident Hint be has discovered nn nlmolute cure
for Consumption nixl nil pulmonary rompluiuts, and to make Its groat
merits known, he will send IiIh Complete. Treatment, embracing four large
samples, to Any reader who may Ins suffering from coughs, colds, catarrh,
bronchial, throat and lung trouble or consumption.
Already this "New .Scientific Course of Treatment" ha iwrinnmntiy
enrol thousands of npnarcntly hopekM cases. There will le no mistake
lu Pending t tie mistake will l In oTerlooklng the generous Invention.
A Remedy Free to AH
To obtain these FOUR Fltl.E PKEPAICATIOXS that hare never
yet failed to cure, all you have to do is to write
IMC T. A. 81XHJLM, Pine Street, New York,
glvlug full postofflee and express address. The four free remedies will
theu lj teiit you at onec.direct from latmratorlcH.witu full Instructions
for use in every case.
Letter Heads, Note Heads,
Envelopes and Bill Heads,
Statements, Sale Bills, etc.
One cf the largest enJ Most Thoroughly tripped Colleges In the West.
Teaches Practically Everything. Positions Guaranteed.
l?n6.TlJ!2l?mm P"!?'. Mr. This la the only InaHtti.
tioa in the country tvberc KuOcuti are boarded at actual cuat, bence oar rcrnarkably low rate
157 0," npeejBiwrolFoitTWwhi for bond, enlte of twtni
"te S 'bSjLXIiSali Buwn" CoUege operatea ths muat eiata-
Seod for free W-pagc Illoatrsted Caulorac, and Dame department ia vfeicb yoo art interested.
J. B. DILLE,. Pres.. Station H. J. Dixon. I1L
UKAL r.TATK TKANKFFUS.
FOR USE IN WAR TIME.
Kit Balloons for Seeping a Lcskout
Upon the Coast.
The use of balloons for keeping
a lookout upon the coast baa Lwu
of tempted in several rases by
steamships, but the trials which
liave- In-,- ii made with the ordinary
spherical balloon, says the Helen
title American, did not prove auc
ressful, and difficulties arose
which were insurmountable, ow
lug to the fact that the balloon is
constantly driven about by the
w ind. A new system has been de
vised by a Hwedish inventor, I'ar
eval KieKsfeld, w hich bids fair to
l successful, as it consist s of a
balloon kite, and like all appa
ratus of this kind it takes the di
rection of the wind and keeps its
1-osition Vjth but litle oscillation.
As the character of the Hwedish
const, with its numerous rocks and
Wands, makes it difficult to ob
serve the different straits which
ej. mle thein, lln apparatus of
this kind is especially needed, and
therefore a sjkm lal boat has been
coiiki meted which carries the Lite
bulb... 11, and in this wayuffordsan
rd. ervalion isiint over a (;reat ex
lei , of the const, uml unv
- - a, wirpiur
tipproach can Is at once noted.
The new vessel measures IT, feet
long utid a 4 feet maximum width,
mid gage SH) tons. It is provided
wilh a set of aj-paratus which in
flates the balloon with hydrogen.
The gas is contained in large reser
voirs and is sent Jo the balloon
through a set of tubes. The ma
chines which serve to inflate the
balloon or to draw out the gas are
ojM i ated by electric motors. The
current is produced on board the
vessel l.va dvuuino which is driven
from two jstrol motors of 4'j
horsepower. One jecu!iar feature
is that the vessel is not built to
I' prof iled by its own motive
power, but is towed by a small tug.
When a niiiu doesn't crumblr. ar
his diuuer, his wife feels tbatLerl
cooking been paid a coiuj ii- 2
Uieut. AUhiauii UJuU.
(Too late for hist week.)
Mr. rowell U rejoicing over a new
son, born last Thursday morning.
Alva I-ouder is at homo to sjend
the holidays with relatives and
Heury ork ami wife are visiting
Everybody arouud us are suffering
with very severe coughs and colds.
Mrs. Maude Ellis sjH-nt Sunday at
the home of her father, Abe Tour
tlllott. Win. CoK'latid aud family were
outdrlvlug Sunday evening.
Our school U preparing a very In
teresting program for Thursday.
We wonder tt our principal. Prof.
Cresap, realties the pleasure he is
sending Into so ninny homes by
teaching the children thoe sweet
simple little songs. Truly "music
has charms," which ore doubled
when rendered by chlldlsli voices.
Mr, Junu-s Koblusoii aud lady
friend, of Klch Mill, were welcome
visitors at the home of J. (.". tfrlggs,
Mrs. i:. K.Turvcr,of ltl. li IIIII.wm
out our way, Hunduy.
Ws reuret to say our good ueigh
lKr, Jluks Hicks, has moved away.
We did not hear where he had goiw.
Claude ll-rry ot the Butler lielgh
bt.rlitMxl, was d.ilvering some tine
corn to one of our farmer trlctids
but vn-k. j
Italckln l!rHt., if Coruland, pass
ed through here with tln-ir saw mill
machinery which tliey re moving
to Falrvlew, but week.
Uas Htulu Is visiting Johnson
couuty friends this ww k.
Lena Tliompnun to M. L. Win
ter 110 s ice 1 mid 3, rienssnt
II D Chambcn lo J. II. Hull 6
s tec 30 Deer Creek, $3,165.
Frank Smith to Jen. M. McKib
ben pt lot 3 blk j Builcr, $7,000.
M. C. rowell to T. N. vSunder
wirth tract sec 14 Uockville, $830.
V. Schmidt to R. (J, Shotmh
7 a aec 27 Rockville, $So.
A. Lugenbeal to R. G. Shouth
tract sec 22 and 37 Rockville, $500.
Lee Culver to J. F. Ilerrell lot 3
blk 4 Ilun'a add Butler, $750.
M. A. Seymour to J. B. Wilson
60 a tec 7 West Boone, $(,000.
C. II. D'ckenshrets to J. K.
Ilulse pt blk iS West side add But
W. W. Tark to L. J. Rubel tract
sec iS Charlotte, $1.
L. J. Rubel to W. W I'ark Iract
sec 18 Chstloote, $1.
Sarah J. Jacobs to Mary E. Mit
chell lots 3 and 4 Huston's add A
drian. M. E. Trowbribge to W. O.
Trowbridge 74 a sec t and 23 East
A. L. Burress to Geo. Witter
blki 11 and iS Merwin, $r,oo.
J. II. Crawford to A. Hauf lot 4
blk 4 Merwin, $75.
J. I. Brooks to G. R. Wilson blks
31 and 33 Sperry'sad blk 23 Reifa
da Rich Hill and 3 a sec S Osage
rreston Dark to Nancy A. Floyd
tract sec ia New dome, I75.
Lucy A. Ferkins to J. F. Cecil
lots 13 and 14 blk 15 Foster $230.
Nancy JA. Roberts to M. A.
Scrivner 40 a sec 15 Homer, $1,200
Round Out the Vcar
By figuring a little on tho future
If you are looking for opportu
nity or investment try the fouth
west. All over the Southwest, cities
and towns are urowbig up. ex
panding, requiring more, demand
ing more; peopled by eager, push
ing, wlde-iiwnke citlteim, who we
the virtue of encournirlng enter
prises of every kind, the needful
ness of getting more and N-tter
facilities, and more band to de
velop the count rv.
ItrMly, the condition is this:
Tho Southwest Is really In need of
nothing save people. More men
are wanted. In the Southwest
sre vast areas of unimproved
land land not yielding the crop
of which it Is capable. The same
thing, In a different way. Is true
of the towns. Few line of busi
ness are adequately represented.
There nre openings of all sorts
for mills and nianu fact urine
plants, for small stores of all
kinds, for banks, newspaivers aud
lumber yards. Mechanics and
professional men, both nre In de
mand. Tell us what you want, how
much you have -to Invest, and
we'll help you with information
about a good owning
aas'i rasa- aaasr. ., . a t. s't
its.rrat.oa. 6r. touia. Mo.
We d.nlre to emtiloy a trustworthr
lady or gentleman to inannge our
business lu lliU County and adjoin
ing territory. (Mir house is well and
t-JOOO Ntraijclit i:ah Salary
aud all Dxpeuas paid -ach
Week by lirt k Uir t from head
quarters. I.xtt-use money ad vs. need;
previous exiM-iW-iwe niiittvt-Hsary ;
ponlliuil KTluaiH-iit. Address
Tuumss J. Cooi-fcu, Muiinger,
luWCastou Hulidln.', Cms aoo, 11 1.
Tit Papa Uicyela Daily Mamraad.
The re-issue of the Fope bicycle 1
daily-leaf calendar may be conid- j
ered the opening gun proclaiming
the natural and healthful return of
bicycling. Col. Albert A. Fope, J
the founder of our bi;vcle indaftries
and the pioneer in the Good Roads
Movement, is again st the head of
the bicycle industry. Upon the 366
calendar leaves are freshly writien
lines, fiom the pens ot our greatest
college ptesidenis, doctors, clergy-'
men, statesmen and other cmineni j
men and women, all of them en
thusiastically supporting bicycling.
Half of each leaf is blank I01 mem
oranda. This calendar is free at
the Fope Manufacturi ng Coinpony's
stores or any of our readers can ob
tain it by sending five 1-cent stamps
to the Fope Manufacturing Co.,
Hartford, Conn., or 143 Sigel St
SKATES! SKATES! SKATES!
A HANDSOME PAIR OF SKATES
FOR THE BOY OR GIRL!
Boys aud girls.lf you want some
winter fuu. takead vantage of our
proposition, as follows:
tT Any boy or girl who will sec-are
ten new subscribers for The
Kansas City Weekly Journal, at
" per year each, making a total
of $ 1.:), and will send lis a list of
the names, together with the
money, we will ship to his or her
address, express charges prepaid,
a handsome pair of skates!
W Do not tail to state the alio
of shs? you wear, that we nmv
know ths site of skate to ship to
W Roys and gbi-. here Is n
chance to gvt a nice presciit.
There is no ts-tter fun than skat
ing on ice In winter. It makes
you healthy, happy and con
tented. W Send money by postotTU-e
order or draft, and advise us of
the name of your exprs office,
and address all roiuiuunl-atiou
to The Kansas City Journal,
Kaunas City, Missouri.
tniT Send for sample ropk-a of
the Weekly for cativasslug.
Read The Tribune.
The Rev. Irl It Hicks 100 Al
The Rev. R. Hicks Alminac
for 1904 is now ready. It will be
mailed to any address for 30 cents.
It is surprising bow such an ele
gant, costly book canbe sentpiepsid
so cheaply. No family or person
is prepared to study the heavens,
or the storms and weather ia 1904
without this wonderful Hicks Al
manac and Frof. Hicks splendid
psper, Word asp Works. Both
are sent for only onk doilas a
year. Work and Works is
among the best American magi
zines. Like the Hicks Almanac,
it is too well known to need furth
er commendation. Few men have
labored more faithfully for the
public good or found a warmer
place in the hearts of the peorte.
Send orders to Woi ami Works
Ft'nt.iiiiiNi Co.. a 201 Locust St..
St. Louis, Mo.
To Destroy Hark Lice.
A cheap mixture, which iias been
tested with excellent results, is to
dinclve 5 pounds ot potash in 5
gallons of bulling water, adding 5
pounds of lard at the same time.
In another vessel slack 1 peck of
stone lime in 5 gallons of boiling
water, and add a pint ot crude car
bolic acid. While hot mix the two
solutions. This mixture may be
kept in a barrel), to be used as re
quired. When about to apply to
trers take 1 gallon of the mixture,
add 3 gulluns of boiling water, and
swab the trers with it, or apply with
an old broom, while the mixture is
warm or as hot as it cuii be applied.
It may be used as frequently as ne
cessary, both 011 the trunks of tiees
and on the tools, after moving the
top soil, ll loosens the old bark,
destroys b.i'k lice and nukes (he
trunks smooth. Ex.
DR. G. N. SHARP,
And Manufacturer of
Family Keuiedles. : 1
Have you a cough or are sunVrlug
from a cold? If so try lr. Sharp
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